A Cape Girardeau County arrest warrant was issued Friday for burglary and fraud suspect Jordan Lashaun Benford of Lebanon, Tennessee. 20-year old Benford was arrested in Peoria, Illinois, on Oct. 14 on unrelated charges. Cape Girardeau County has filed to extradite him, but it is up to Benford to accept extradition. He remains an inmate in Tazewell County Jail in Illinois. Benford will be arraigned at a future date in Cape Girardeau County. Benford is charged with one count of burglary and one count of fraudulent use of a credit device in Cape Girardeau. A burglary was reported Oct. 12 at 3122 Dogwood Drive in Cape Girardeau. The victim told police her new iPhone, HP laptop computer and a wallet containing checks, cash and credit cards had been stolen. The victim also said her Sears MasterCard and First State Community Bank card had been used Oct. 12 at Wal-Mart stores in Cape Girardeau, Jackson and Perryville. Police obtained video of two suspects using the victim’s cards. The second suspect, shown with Benford, has yet to be identified. As the suspects were leaving, the Tennessee license plate of a 2005 Nissan registered to Benford was identified. Their total purchases were about $980. The victim’s computer and phone were found in the car as well as a new HP laptop, Xbox and PlayStation 4 whose serial numbers matched those on the receipts from the victim.